ECHL This Week – Southern Division

Charlotte Checkers
* Checkers’ road power play leads the ECHL with 89.4 percent (143-for-160).
* Dusty Jamieson has four goals and three assists in six games in March.
* Charlotte travels to Columbia on Tuesday and Augusta on Friday while hosting Alaska on Saturday.

Columbia Inferno
* Tim Smith leads the league with 79 points and ranks third with 52 assists.
* Columbia leads the ECHL in scoring with 3.83 goals per game.
* Inferno hosts Charlotte on Tuesday before traveling to Roanoke on Friday, Greenville on Saturday and Gwinnett on Sunday.

Florence Pride
* Wes Goldie ranks third in the ECHL with 34 goals and is tied for third with 14 power-play goals.
* Sebastien LaPlante is 3-1-1 with a 1.78 goals against average and a shutout in his last five games.
* Florence travels to Gwinnett on Friday and Columbus on Saturday.

Florida Everblades
* Brian McCullough ranks second in the ECHL with 36 goals and 77 points.
* Reggie Berg tallied his second hat trick of the season in Saturday’s 5-4 win against Greenville.
* Florida hosts Greensboro on Friday and Saturday.

Greensboro Generals
* Jamie Hodson is 12-8-0 and ranks second in the ECHL with a .933 save percentage.
* Geno Parrish ranks second among ECHL defensemen with 49 assists.
* Greensboro hosts Greenville on Wednesday before traveling to Florida on Friday and Saturday.

Greenville Grrrowl
* Mike Nelson and Mark Concannon each have seven points (2g-5a) in their last five games.
* Grrrowl are 6-for-26 on the power play (23.1 percent) in six games in March.
* Greenville travels to Greensboro on Wednesday and Columbus on Friday while hosting Columbia on Saturday and Alaska on Sunday.

Roanoke Express
* Rookie Carl Mallette has a 10-game point streak (7g-9a) dating back to February 7.
* David Belitski is 3-0-1 with a 1.71 goals against average in his last four games.
* Roanoke hosts Alaska on Wednesday, Columbia on Friday and South Carolina on Saturday and travels to Augusta on Sunday.

South Carolina Stingrays
* Kirk Daubenspeck is 13-6-1 with a 2.45 goals against average and two shutouts in 20 home games.
* South Carolina’s road power play leads the ECHL with 24.8 percent (38-for-153).
* Stingrays host Alaska on Tuesday and Friday before traveling to Roanoke on Saturday.